Bio

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  • 1946   Born in Boulder, Colorado

Education

  • 1972   M.A., University of California at Los Angeles
  • 1969   B.F.A., University of Colorado at Boulder

Awards & Grants

  • 2017   The Pollock Krasner Foundation
  • 2016   Tree of Life Award
    Yale Star Grant
  • 2013   Yale Star Grant
  • 2005   Asian Cultural Council
  • 2003   Trust for Mutual Understanding
  • 2002   Trust for Mutual Understanding
  • 1998   The Pollock Krasner Foundation
  • 1996   The Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation
  • 1993   The Pollock Krasner Foundation
  • 1990   The Alice Baber Award
  • 1989   Award in the Visual Arts
    Prix de Rome
    National Endowment for the Arts
    The E.D. Foundation
  • 1978   National Endowment for the Arts
  • 1977   The Berliner Kunstler Program, D.A.A.D.
  • 1976   The Norman Wait Harris Award, The Art Institute of Chicago
  • 1972   New Talent Award, Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Selected Public Collections

  • Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
  • Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin, Ohio
  • Dallas Art Museum, Texas
  • Des Moines Art Center, Iowa
  • Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
  • Honolulu Academy of Arts, Hawaii
  • Hawaii State Collection
  • Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana
  • The Lannan Foundation, Marina Del Ray, California
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California
  • The Museum of Modern Art, New York
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
  • The National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
  • National Museum of the American Indian
  • Roy L. Neuberger Museum, Purchase, New York
  • The Orlando Museum of Art, Florida
  • New Orleans Museum of Art, Louisiana
  • Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, California
  • Powis Art Gallery, Sidney, Australia
  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California
  • The Smithsonian, Washington, DC
  • Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

 Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • 2012   Bleicher Gallery, Los Angeles
  • 2011   Corporale / Bleicher Gallery, Los Angeles
  • 2010   The Michael S. Currier Center, Putney Vermont
  • 2008   Galerie Zero, Berlin
  • 2007   MICROCOSM /Gallery, New York
  • 2005   KHOJ, New Delhi, India
  • 2004   St. Joseph College, West Hartford
  • 2003   The Majdanek Museum, Lublin, Poland
  • 1998   Central Fine Arts, New York
  • 1991   The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu Hawaii
  • 1990   Arnold Herstand Gallery, New York
  • 1988   Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York
  • 1985   Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York
  • 1984   Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York
    Greenville Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina
  • 1983   “Ann McCoy”, Fine Arts Center, S.U.N.Y., Purchase, New York
    “Ann McCoy, New York”, Galerie Kornfeld, Bern, Switzerland
  • 1982   Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York
  • 1981   Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York
    “Ann McCoy”, the Augen Gallery, Portland, Oregon
  • 1979   “The Red Sea”, Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York
    “The Night Sea Journey”, Portland Center for the Visual Arts, Portland Oregon
    “The Red Sea and the Night Sea”, The Arts Club, Chicago
    The Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles
  • 1978   Chandler Coventy Gallery, Paddington, Australia
  • 1977   “The Red Sea”, The Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany
  • 1976   “Ann McCoy”, Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles, California
  • 1975   “Ann McCoy: Large Scale Drawings and Sculpture”, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
  • 1974   Fourcade Droll, New York

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2014   Modern American Realism: the Sara Roby Foundation Collection, the Smithsonian American Museum, Washington, D.C.
  • 2013   “Thresholds”, Musuem of Contemporary Religions Art, St. Louis
    “Objects of Our Affection”, University of St. Joseph Gallery, West Hartford, CT.
  • 2009   Cryptorial, Francis Lewis Gallery, Flushing
  • 2007   “Women Artists of Southern California Then & Now”, Track 16 Gallery,Santa Monica
  • 2006   “Omaggio a Louise Bourgeois”, Museo communale d’arte moderna di Ascona, Switzerland
  • 2002   “Flat Works by Sculptors”, Bennington College, Vermont
  • 1998   “Modular Composite”, Central Fine Arts, New York, NY
    “Divine Flesh”, Artopia, New York, NY
  • 1997   “A Natural Selection”, Z. Gallery, New York
    “Obsessed by Magic”, A.C.A. Gallery, New York
  • 1996   “Views from a Golden Hill”, the Equitable Gallery, New York
  • 1995   “New Acquisitions”, New Orleans Museum of Art
    “Critters II”, Des Moines Art Center, Iowa
  • 1993   Gutierrez Fine Arts, Miami, Florida
    “Sanctuaries, Recovering the Holy in Contemporary Art”, MOCRA, Saint Louis
  • 1989   “Award in the Visual Arts”, High Museum of Art, Atlanta
    “The Boat Show”, Smithsonian Institution, Renwick Gallery, Washington, D.C.
    “Animals in Art”, Hudson River Art Museum
  • 1987   “Memory and Imagination” the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • 1986   “Images of the Unknown”, P.S.1, New York
    “Second Sight”, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
    “Art and Alchemy”, Venice Biennale
  • 1983   “Young Talent Awards 1968-1983”, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
  • 1982   “Still Modern After All these Years”, the Crysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia
    “Selections from the Collection”, Neuberger Museum, Purchase, New York
  • 1981   “Paintings”, Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York
    “Southern California Artists: 1940-1980, Laguna Beach Museum of Art, California
  • 1980   “Painting and Sculpture Today”, Indianapolis Museum of Art
    “New York/New York”, Delehunty Gallery, New York
    “On Paper”, Virginia Museum of fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia
  • 1979   “Decade in Review”, Whitney Museum of Art, New York
  • 1978   “The Thirty First Annual Exhibition”, Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York
    “American Landscapes”, Monique Knowlton Gallery, New York, NY
  • 1976   “America 1976”, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
  • 1975   “Both Kinds, Contemporary Art from Los Angeles”, University Art Museum Berkley, California
  • 1974   “Choice Dealers-Dealers Choice”, The New York Cultural Center”, New York
    “Paintings and Sculpture Today”, Indianapolis Museum of Art
  • 1973   “Four Young American Artists”, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin, Ohio
    “Whitney Biannual”, New York
    “Six Visions”, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia
  • 1972   “15 Young Americans”. Pasadena Art Museum, California
    “Los Angeles 1972”, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York
  • 1971   “Sculpture 1971” Esther Bear Gallery, Santa Barbara, California

Teaching, Lecture, And Curatorial Experience:

2010 – 2013
Yale School of Drama, Design Department, Lecturer, Visual Iconography in the Projection program

2007 – Present
St. Joseph College, West Hartford, CT., AIME Program, Department of Graduate Education.  A summer intensive where graduate teachers learn pedagogy.  The program includes both elementary teachers and school aged children.  This includes lectures to the graduate students on how to use to arts to teach any subject, even though the program uses the theater arts.

2009   Pont Aven School of Art, France. Taught a seminar on Joseph Beuys and delivered a lecture on Beuys at the Hamberger Banhof in Berlin.

2006   Seminar on Goethe’s Color Theory, Sarah Lawrence College, New York

2005   KHOG, New Delhi, lecture on “The Death and Transformation of the King”. Gave a lecture on cultural transformation through archetypal symbolism, funded by the Asian Cultural Council.

2001-2            Curated an exhibition of four photographers called “The ETHERS’, at the Trynitarska Tower Museum of Contemporary Spiritual Art, in Lublin, Poland. This project was funded by two grants from the Trust for Mutual Understanding.

2002   Gave a lecture at Bennington College entitled: Art History and the History of Consciousness.

1980-2000, Barnard College, Visiting Artist and Associate. Taught a drawing class and seminar working in the collections of the museums of New York City.  Class included lectures on Native American, Egyptian, African, contemporary, Asian and Greco-Roman art.  Lectures from different tribes were guest teachers.  The class was featured in the first ten minutes of the award winning film Keep the River on Your Right: A Modern Cannibal Tale.  The film was shown at the Museum of Modern Art and won the Amsterdam Film Festival, the Hamptons Film Festival and the Los Angeles New Spirit Award. At Barnard, McCoy worked with different departments at the college to create projects between departments for independent study students.  These included the Jewish studies Messianic Traditions class, the anthropology department, and Women’s Studies.  The class included team teaching with members of several Native American nations, and African tribes.

1985   Columbia University, New York.   Taught drawing in the Fine Arts Department.

1978-1997, School of Visual Arts, taught painting, drawing, and color theory.

1980-1982, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School, Visiting Artist, Taught graduate level painting

1975-1976, Claremont Graduate School, Associate Professor, Taught aesthetics seminar to graduate students in Fine Arts Department.

1974-1975, University of California at La Jolla, Visiting Artist.  Taught aesthetics and theory seminar to students in Fine Arts Department.

1973-1974, Art Center School of Design, Los Angeles, Instructor.  Taught painting and color theory.

1972-1973, University of California at San Bernardino, Instructor of Painting,  Taught foundation level painting.

Selected Public Works

“La Florida”, Miami Historical Museum, 1982

“Meso American Observatory”, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1992

“Vasca”, sculpture installation, Thierry Despond, New York, 2000

“Conversations with Angels”, Majdanek, Lublin, Poland, 2003

Scenic Design & Projection Work

2011
“A Sense of Wonder”, National Dance Institute, La Guardia High School. Scenic and projection design.

2010
“The Storyteller”, National Dance Institute, La Guardia High Svhool. Scenic design and projection

2009
IMAGINE, A Tribute to John Lennon, National Dance Institute, La Guardia High School, production designer and projection designer.

IMAGINE, A Tribute to John Lennon, Hoffman Auditorium in the Bruyette Anthenaeum, Hartford, CT, production designer and projection designer.

2008
Mother Russia, Carnegie Hall, projection design, (there was no designer).

Volando a Mexico, National Dance Institute Event of the Year, La Guardia High School, scenic designer, projection designer, and charge.

Frieda and Diego, Hoffman Auditorium in the Bruyette Anthenaeum, Hartford, CT, production designer, projection designer.

2007
Post Cards from Patou, National Dance Institute Event of the Year, scenic designer, projection designer, scenic artist.

Africa, Hoffman Auditorium in the Bruyette Anthenaeum, Hartford, CT., scenic designer, costume designer, projection designer.

2006
A Mid Summer Night’s Dream, La Guardia High School, National Dance Institute, scenic design with Leo B. Meyer, Gobo design.

A Celebration of Literature, Hoffman Auditorium in the Bruyette Anthenaeum, Hartford, scenic design, lighting design, costumes and props.

2005
The Death and Transformation of the Monkey King, KHOJ, New Delhi, an architectural installation using projection.

2003
Conversations with Angels, Majdanek Museum, Poland. a projection piece using 84 projectors on scrims.

2001
Romeo and Juliet, National Dance Institute, LaGuardia High School, scenic designer along with Robert Mitchell, gobo design.

1999
Event of the Year, National Dance Institute, Danny Kaye Theater, Production designer, scenic painter for African set.

1994
Rosebud’s Song, National Dance Institute, Madison Square Garden, designer along with Robert Mitchell, designed projections and lighting templates.

1992
Particles Collide, University of Austin, Texas, production designer, and scenic painter

Writings by the Artist

“Alice Baber: Light as Subject”, Art International, Vol. XXIV, Nos. 1-2, September-October 1980, p. 135

“Ann McCoy”, Second Sight: Biennial IV, Sam Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1986

“Alchemy is not a lost art but is alive and well in the dreams of modern man”, Edinburgh International (exhibition catalogue), Edinburgh Royal Scottish Academy, December, 1987

“The Critic and the Hare: Meditations of the Death of my Rabbit”, Ann McCoy (exhibition catalogue) , New York: A.C.A. Contemporary, 1988

“The Daemon and the Night Sea”, Art International, Vol. XXIV, NOS. 3-4. November-December 1980, p. 113

“Maura Sheehan’s Urban Artifacts”, Arts, November l985, pp. 60-61

‘Meditations on the Red Mass”, BOMB, no. XIV, Winter 1986, pp. 38-41

“The Red Sea-Das Rote Meer” (exhibition catalogue), Cologne: Museum Ludwig (in conjunction with Berliner Kunstlerprogramm’s D.A.A.D.) 1977, pp. 4-16

“The Red Sea and the Night Sea” (exhibition catalogue), Chicago: The Arts Club of Chicago, 1979

“Maditaties Over De Rode Mis”, Museum Journal, No 1, 1986

“Meditations on the Red Mass”, Bomb, Winter, 1986, p. 38

“The Temple of Isis”, Ann McCoy, (exhibition catalogue), New York: A.C.A. Contemporary, 1988

“Alchemy and Suffering”, Ann McCoy, New Observations, #84, July 1, l991, p. 18

“Puella Aeterna, Crone Nevah!”, Crone Chronicles, Summer Solstice 1993, #16, , pp. 13-14

“The Critic and the Hare: Meditations on the Death of My Rabbit”, MEANING #6, November, l989, p. 34

“Overtime: A Forum on Art Making”, MEANING # 10, November, 1991, p. 13

M/E/A/N/I/N/G, An Anthology of Artist’s Writings, Theory and Criticism, Susan Bee and Mira Schor , editors, Duke University Press, Durham and London 2000, pp. 241-242, 357-359

“Something About Mary, Memories of Mary Bancroft”, SPRING 67, Woodstock, Connecticut, 2000, pp. 130-136

“Memoirs of C.A. Meier”, SPRING 68, Woodstock, Connecticut, 2001.

“Monica Serra, the Shadow and the Caged Bird”, SPRING 69, Woodstock, Connecticut

“The Ethereal Forces”, Wystawa prezentowana w Muzeum Archidiecezjalnym Sztuki Religijne w Lublinie, 2003, exhibition calalog.

“Mirror into Forgiveness”. JAIN SPIRIT, December 2003- February 2004, pp. 36-37

“Pfaueninsel”, a catalog for the Berlin exhibition, 2008

“The Death and Transformation of the Monkey King”, KHOJ, New Delhi

“Thoughts on Girl Drive”, 2009, LABYRINT 09, Botkyrka Konsthall, Sweden

“On Being Wounded in the Face: Notes from the Catholic Left”, Art and Education, September 17, 2012

“Judith Bernstein:Hard”, Brooklyn Rail, Feb. 2013, p. 53

“Paul Laffoley and Suzanne Treister”, Brooklyn Rail, March 2013

“The Artful Recluse: Painting, Poetry, and Politics in 17th. Century China”, The Brooklyn Rail, May, 2013, page, 44

“Eating Apollo’s Cattle”, The Brooklyn Rail, June, 2013

“Sublimming Vessel: The Drawings of Mathew Barney”, Brooklyn Rail, July-August, 2013, page 47

“Michelle Stuart”, The Brooklyn Rail, September 2013, page 12

“What is Art”, The Brooklyn Rail, September 2013

“Art in the Age of Vulnerability”, The Brooklyn Rail, October 2013, page 37

“Nalini Malani with Ann McCoy”, The Brooklyn Rail, November 2013, page 17

“Krzystof Wodiczko with Ann McCoy”, The Brooklyn Rail, February 2014, p. 12

“Michael Zansky, A Vacation on Mars with God”, The Brooklyn Rail, February 2014

“Doug Wheeler”, The Brooklyn Rail, March 2014, p. 72

“Wellsprings Reconsidered” Critic’s Page editor, The Brooklyn Rail, June 2014, p. 70

“Eve Andree Laramee”, The Brooklyn Rail, September 2014, p. 38

“Here and Elsewhere”, The Brooklyn Rail, September 2014, p. 61

“Notes from an Old Meanad in the Trenches”, Brooklyn Rail, September 2014, web exclusive

“ Kristin Jones with Ann McCoy”, the Brooklyn Rail, January 2015, web exclusive

“Lucy Skaer”, the Brooklyn Rail, January 2015, p. 49

“Alfredo Jaar, Shadows”, the Brooklyn Rail, April 2015, p. 56

“Joyce Kozloff”, the Brooklyn Rail, May 2015, p. 86

“Joan Capote, Collective Unconscious”, the Brooklyn Rail, July 2015

“Agnes Denes Living Pyramid”, The Brooklyn Rail, September 2015, p. 66

“Richard Long Crescent to Cross”, The Brooklyn Rail, October 2015, p. 48

“Two Exhibitions Showcase the Bloody Relics of Hermann Kitsch”, Hyperallergic, October 15, 2015

“William Kentridge Takes New York”, The Brooklyn Rail, December-January, 2015, p. 68

“Recycling Religion”, The Brooklyn Rail, February 2015

“William Kentridge with Ann McCoy”, The Brooklyn Rail, May 2016, p. 57

“Slavs and Tatars: Afteur Pasteur”, The Brooklyn Rail, November 2016, p. 57

“Carolee Schneemann”, The Brooklyn Rail, December 2016, January 2017, p. 52

 

List of Press

2012
Frank, Peter. “Ann McCoy”, Huff Post Arts, June 1, 2012
Streifeld, Lisa Paul. “(R)evolution in Poetry: The Voice of the Feminine Arises”, Huff Post Arts, May 29, 2012
Connaughton, Marybeth. “Ann McCoy’s Ovum Philosophorum”, Nepotism Magazine, May 30, 2012
American Contemporary Art (ACA) Magazine, “Ann McCoy: ‘Ovum Philosophorum’”, May, 2012, p. 20-21
Kalisher, Richard, “Ann McCoy: Ovum Philosophorum”, ACA Magazine, May 2012
Streitfeld, Lisa Paul. “Drawing the Great Work: Ann McCoy’s (R)evolutionary ‘Ovum Philosophorum’”, Huff Post Arts, April 30, 2012
Visual Art Source. “Pacific Standard Time: Major Works by Ann McCoy at Bleicher Gallery”, April 19, 2012
Fraichard, Michele. “Ovum Philosophorum – Ann McCoy”, Michele Fraichard Art Blog, April 18
Stephens, Craig. “Ann McCoy: Ovum Philosophorum”, Artweek. LA, Vol. 72, April 16
Stevens, Craig. “Ann McCoy Solo Exhibit –Ovum Philosophorum”, The Los Angeles Post, April 12, 2012
Grossman, Pam. “Ann McCoy Show”, Phantasmaphile, April 3, 2012

2011
Bakhle-Ellis, Aparna. “The Real (Ann) McCoy”, FABRIK, Issue 11, 2011, p. 26-31
Kussatz. “Ann McCoy, The Alchemist of Pfaueninsel”, Art Ltd. May/June, 2011
Frank, Peter. “Ann McCoy”, The Huffington Post, February 25, 2011
Harnish, Tracey. “Ann McCoy”, L A Art Diary, February 15, 2011

2008
Muller, Mariam. “Jeder Wandlung wohnt Zauber inne Die New Yorker Kunstleerin Ann McCoy malt Marchen”, Berliner Zeitung, Nummer 8, January 10, 2008
“Zeichnungen Ann McCoy”, Tip, January 8, 2008, p. 95

2004
Scalia, Nick R. “Ann McCoy’s Mystical World”, The Hartford Courant, March 4-March 10, 2004
“Mirror Into Forgiveness”, Jain Spirit, Issue 17, December-February, 2004, p. 36-37

2003
“Conversations With Angels”, Jain Spirit, Issue 16, September-November, 2003, p. 11
Wax, Heather. “Polish art exhibit visualized the ethereal spectrum”, Research News and
Opportunities in Science and Theology, March 2003, Vol. 3, No.7, p.33
Neidbal, Adam. “Niewiarygodne ziawiska”, Gazeta Wyborcza, 28 Marca, 2003

1998
Goodman, Jonathan. “Ann McCoy at Central Fine Arts”,  Art In America, Review of Exhibitions,  October 1998, p.132

1997
Nahas, Dominique. “Obsessed by Magic – ACA Galleries through October 11”, Review, October 1, 1997, p. 7

1995
Nushbaum, Eliot. “Critters II makes a special sequel, Art Center’s show is well thought out”, The Des Moines Sunday Register, August 20, 1995, p. 5C

1994
Chandler, Mary Voetz. “Is the Public Ready for Images Like Adam and Eve”, Rocky Mountain News, September 18, 1994, p. 52A

1992
Schwan, Gary. “McCoy’s show leaves viewer with questions”, Art Notes, The Palm Beach Post, November 20, 1992, p. 16
Sjostrom, Jan. “Healing and Renewal Are Central themes for Artist”, Palm Beach Daily News, November 17, 1992, p. 1-3
Kozloff, Max. “Ann McCoy”, The Print Collector’s Newsletter, Vol. XXIII, No. 1, March-April, 1992, p.26

1991
Ramljah, Suzanne. “Ann McCoy”, Art and Antiques, April, 1991, p. 92
Holloway, Memory. “Ann McCoy”, Art International, Spring, 1991, p. 66
Ronck, Ronn. “Molding dreams into art reality. She finds inspiration in the Greek goddesses”, The Honolulu Advertiser, February 20, 1991, p. D3
Denson, G. Roger. “Ann McCoy Arnold Herstand & Company”, Contemporanea No. 24,
January 1991, p. 100

1990
Van Wagner, Judy. Collischan, “Ann McCoy”, Arts Magazine, December, 1990, p. 81-92
Liebman, Lisa. “Ann McCoy”, The New Yorker, October 29, 1990, p.10
Journal of Art, October 1990, p. 43
Patin, Thomas. “A.V.A. 8”, Artspace, May/June, 1990, p. 58

1989
Wilson, Wiliam. “Art in an Age of Animosity”, The Los Angeles Times, August 27, 1989, p. 5
“Self portrait, Ann McCoy”, The New Yorker, p. 10-11, August 21, 1989
Dessent, Todd Gitlin. “Post Modernism Defined at Last”, Unte Reader, July/August, 1989, p. 63
Harman, Willis W. “The New Paradigm”, The Noetic Sciences Review, 1989
Rosser, Phyllis. “Ann McCoy Uses Goddess Symbols to Reveal and Renew in Painting and Sculpture”, New Directions for Women, July/August 1989, p. 11
Caruso, Laura. “A Tale of Two Cities and Their Art”, The Sunday Camera, May 28, 1989
Allen, Jane Addams. “Cast Your Anchor at Renwick’s Boat Show”, The Washington Times, April 10, 1989
Shepard, Richard F. “Rome Prize Fellowships Are Announced”, The New York Times, April 10, 1989
Gould, Claudia. “Mythologies of the Feminine, A Conversation with Ann McCoy”, Arts Magazine, February, 1989, p. 67-74
Adams, Brooks. “Ann McCoy”, Art In America, January, 1989, p.145-146
Kunter, Janet.  “Telling Visions”, Art In America, January, 1989
Mahoney, Robert. “Ann McCoy”, Arts Magazine, January,1989

1988
Raven, Arlene. “New Alchemy”, The Village Voice, October 11, 1988, p. 99
Feaver, William. “Classical Name Droppings, Edinburgh International”, Art Monthly, February, 1988
“Album: The Feminine”, Arts, January, 1988
“The Art of the Blockbuster”, Evening News, January, 1988
Henry, Clare. “Scotland”, Arts Review, January 15, The Observer, January 17, 1988
Oliver, Cordelia. “Classicism in Rags”, The Guardian, January, 1988
Gablik, Suzi. “Ann McCoy-The Feminine”, Ann McCoy (Exhibition Catalogue) New York; ACA Contemporary, 1988
Hall, Douglas. “Edinburgh International: Reason and Emotion”, Friends of the Royal Scottish Academy, 1988

1987
Ferguson, William. “Scotland”, Times Educational Supplement, December, 1987
Henry, Clare. “A Case of Classical Overkill”, The Arts, Glasgow Herald, December, 1987
Henry, Clare. “Scotland” Arts Review, “International For Edinburgh”, Alba, No.6, Winter-December, 1987
MacDonald, Murdo. “Edinburgh International”, Artwork, December, 1987
Wright, Allen. “Edinburgh International”, The Scotsman, December, 1987
Selz, Peter. “Alternative Aesthetics: Quests for the Spiritual Quintessence”, Arts Magazine, October, 1987, p. 46-49
Berkson, Bill. “Ann McCoy”, Art Forum, February, 1987
Taylor, John Russell. “Art Which Feeds On Itself”, The Arts (Scotland) January, 1987

1986
Van Proyen, Mark. “The Hieroglyphics of Ambivalence”, Art Week, October 4, 1986, p. 3
Shere, Charles. “Museum Biennial a brave but disappointing step”, Oakland Tribune, September 23, 1986
Baker, Kenneth. “Art About the Art World”, San Francisco Chronicle, September 21, 1986
Kunter, Janet. “Ann McCoy”, The Dallas Morning News, August 6, 1986
Marvel, Bill. “Ann McCoy”, Dallas Times Herald, July 18, 1986
Mitchell, Charles Dee. “Ann McCoy and the Jungian method of Art”, Dallas Observer, July 17,1986
Cook, Cynthia. “Critic’s Choice”, The Authentic Guide to Dallas, July 15, 1986
Wolfe, Jane. “Gene Binder to put gray matter to work”, The Dallas Morning News, July 7, 1986
Brenson, Michael. “They Seek Spiritual Meaning in an Age of Skepticism”, The New York Times, May 11, 1986, p. 37
McEvilley, Thomas. “Ann McCoy Brooke Alexander”, Artforum, April, 1986, p. 110
Berkson, Bill. “Second Sight”, Artforum, February 1967, p. 124
Marshal, Lawrence A.. “A Rapture of the Deep”, The Sciences, 1986, p. 63

1984
Schipper, Mark. “Ann McCoy”, Art Scene (Los Angeles), December, 1984
Wilson, William. “Ann McCoy”, L.A. Times, Part IV, November 16, 1984, p. 12
Levin, Kim. “Ann McCoy”, The Village Voice, April 17, 1984, p. 68
Schjeldahl, Peter. “Ann McCoy”, The New York Times, March 30, 1984
Preston, Malcolm. “Evocative Works of Ann McCoy”, Newsday, February 1, 1984, Part II, p. 23

1983
Fischer, Mark and Laurie Horn. “Cultural Center a Spark for Art/Artworks Debut at Center’s Dedication”, The Miami Herald, December 23, 1983
Kohen, Helen L. “Center’s Bronze Horse Set the Tension of Modernist Style”, The Miami Herald, December 23, 1983
Basler Zeitung. “Kornfield in Bern: Ann McCoy”, November 10, 1983
Woodrow, Patricia. “Haunting visual works”, The Three Village Herald, February 9, 1983, p. 13
Harrison, Helen. “Large-Scale Montages That Reflect the World of Dreams”, The New York Times, January 2, 1983, p. 12
Wortz, Melinda. “The LA/NY Shift for Some Artists: The Fast Lane Heads East”, ArtNews, January 1983

1982
Wilson, William. “Integrity Fails to Make Shift from L.A. to N.Y”, Los Angeles Times, October 17, 1982, p. 86
Raynor, Vivian. “A Variety of Shows”, The New York Times, September 14, 1982, p. 20
Raynor, Vivian. “Something Old, Something New at the Neuberger in Purchase”, The New York Times, September 14 ,1982

1981
McGrath, Sandra. “Deep Dreams”, Sunday Independent (Australia), December 6, 1981
Baker, Kenneth. “Second Sight: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Art Biennial IV”, Review, September 21, 1986, p. 12
Raynor, Vivian. “Painting”, The New York Times, August 14, 1981

1980
Rose, Joan. “Artist’s visions guide journey, The Contemporary Museum”, Honolulu Advertiser, February 20, 1980
Carter, Ratcliff. “Ann McCoy at Brooke Alexander”, Art In America, February, 1980, p.127

1979
Ellenzweig, Allen. “Ann McCoy”, Arts Magazine, December, 1979, p. 4
Perrone, Jeff. “Ann McCoy, Brooke Alexander Gallery”, Artforum, December, 1979, p. 77
Burkhardt, Dorothy. “Drawings from the Natural World”, ArtWeek, November 4, 1979
Kramer, Hilton. “Ann McCoy”, The New York Times, October 12, 1979
Thomas, Kevin. “Ann McCoy”, Los Angeles Times, July 9, 1979
Muchnic, Suzanne. “Taking Inventory with Interest”, Los Angeles Times, July 9, 1979, p. 10
Artner, Alan. “Ann McCoy”, Chicago Sun Times, March 16, 1979

1978
Loring, John. “Looking for Ann McCoy”, Arts Magazine, December, 1978, p. 146-147
Kramer, Hilton. “Ann McCoy”, Arts Magazine, December, 1978
Burkhart, Dorothy. “Drawing from the Natural World”, ArtWeek, November 4, 1978, p. 6
Bernside, Madeline. “Ann McCoy: Using one of the major symbols of psychoanalysis”, ARTnews, September, 1978, p. 176
McGrath, Sandra. “Portrait of the artist on the wagon.” The Australian, August 5-6, 1978
Thomas, Daniel. “Artificial savages”, The Sidney Morning Herald, February 27, 1978
Myers, Leslie. “Meditating the Internal and the External”, ArtWeek, February 4, 1978, p. 3-4
Pidgeon, W.E. “Appreciation”, The Sunday Telegraph (Australia), 1978

1977
Groom, Gloria. “Modern art exhibit gives a nice surprise”, The Austin American-Statesman, August 28, 1977, p. 6
Heering, Dr. Walther, “Das gezeichnete Korallenriff”, Submarin, Juli, 1977, p. 30-31
Bordeaux, Jean Luc. “The Silent World of Ann McCoy”, Art International, January, 1977, p. 30
Wholden-Thomas, Rosalind. “’Eros in ‘The Red Sea’, The Red Sea-Das Rote Meer “, Cologne: Museum Ludwig , (exhibition catalog), 1977, p. 4-16
Signon, Helmut. “Er sammelt die bronzenen Reiter”, Rheinland, Die Welt, 1977 p. 39
Kruger, Werner. “McCoy in Koln”, Rheinland, Die Welt, 1977, p. 39

1976
Levin, Kim. “Narrative Landscapes on the Continental Shelf: Notes on Southern California”, Arts Magazine, Vol. 51, No. 2, October, 1976, p. 94-97
Marmer, Nancy. “Los Angeles”, ARTFORUM, June 1976, p. 74-76
Wilson William. “Ann McCoy is authentically unconventional”, Art Walk, Los Angeles Times, February 13, 1976, p. 12
Johnson, Ellen H.. “American Art of the Twentieth Century”, APPOLO, Vol. CIII, No. 168, February 1976, p. 55

1975
Pyle, Virginia. “Women Artists with Individual Vision”, Patriot Ledger, November 12, 1975
Nahum, Katherine. “Landscapes and sculpture exhibited at ICA”, Newton Massachusetts Times, November 5, 1975
Taylor, Robert. “Ann McCoy I.C.A. Boston”, The Boston Globe, November 2, 1975
Taylor, Robert. “Ann McCoy, Lee Newton show the monumental and horizontal”, Boston Sunday Globe, November 2, 1975, p. A10
Dunham, Judith. “Both Kinds: Contemporary L.A. Art”, Artweek, May 3, 1975
Allman, Paul. “Art Who”, Berkeley Gazette, Richmond Independent, April 12, 1975
Fried, Alexander. “An overflow of L.A. artists at U.C.”, San Francisco Examiner, April 12, 1975
Shere, Charles. “Both Kinds at U.C. Art Museum Views L.A. Art”, Oakland Tribune, April 6, 1975
Albright, Thomas. “Vitality, Thought From Southland”, San Francisco Chronicle, April 3, 1975
Orr, Robin. “North Side, South Side”, Oakland Tribune, April 2, 1975
Plagens, Peter. “Both Kinds, Contemporary Art from Los Angeles”, Connecticut Art Gallery, April, 1975
Taylor, John Lloyd. “Ann McCoy at Fourcade, Droll”, Art In America, March-April, 1975, p. 94
Borlase, Nancy. “Linking Pollock and post-painterly abstraction”, The Bulletin (Australia), March 12, 1975
Borlase, Nancy. “Foreign works a valuable gauge”, The Bulletin (Australia), March 8, 1975
McGrath, Sandra. “At Coventry Gallery”, The Australian, March 8, 1975, p.4
Thomas, Daniel. “Artificial savages”, The Sidney Morning Herald, February 27, 1975
Larson, Kay. “Painting the public lands”, ArtNews, 1975, p. 32
Wilson, William. “The sensibility bears some resemblance”, Los Angeles Times, 1975

1974
Henry, Garrit. “Ann McCoy”, ArtNews, December 1974, p. 4
Ellenzweig, Allen. “Ann McCoy”, Arts Magazine, December 1974
Schjeldahl, Peter. “Artists in Love With Their Work”, The New York Times, November 3, 1974, p. 25
Schejeldahl, Peter. “Unlike Dine”, Art View, The New York Times, November 3, 1974
Kramer, Hilton. “Ann McCoy”, The New York Times, October 26, 1974, p. 25
Rose, Barbara. “California Here it Comes”, New York Magazine, June 1974, p. 66
Brennan, Barry. “Ann McCoy ‘I don’t think the consciousness that produces art has anything to do with gender’”, Art, Evening Outlook,  May 18, 1974,  p. 9A
Mellow, James R. “A Show Celebrating New York Talent”, The New York Times, January 5, 1974

1973
Plagens, Peter. “Ann McCoy, Betty Gould Modern Prints”, Artforum, November, 1973, p. 86
Terbell, Melinda. “The Strangeness of Reality”, ArtNews, November, 1973, p. 60-62
Terbell, Melinda. “Ann McCoy Underwater Series”, ArtWeek, October, 13, 1973, p. 4
Wilson, William. “Once upon a time”, Los Angeles Times, September 21, 1973, p. 13
Spear, Athena Tacha. “Four Young Americans”, The Oberlin Review, May 26, 1973,  p. 5
Plagens, Peter. “From School-Painting, to a School of Painting”, Art In America, March-April 1973, p. 40-41

1972
Kramer, Hilton. “Ann McCoy an extraordinary delicacy of perception”, The New York Times, October, 1972
Rose, Barbara. “California Here it Comes”, New York Magazine, June, 1972, p. 66
Kramer, Hilton. “Ann McCoy”, The New York Times, May 20, 1972
“Three Young L.A. Artists”, Art News, 1972
Schjeldahl, Peter. “L.A. Art?  ‘Interesting-But Painful’”, New York Times, May 21,1972
The New York Times, May 20, 1972
Plagens, Peter. “The Rise and Decline of Younger Los Angeles Art”, Artforum, May, 1972, p. 81
Wilson, William. “The L.A. Fifteen–Spokesmen for Lotus Land”, Los Angeles Times, March 5, 1972,  p.45

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